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with apple. in our cover story, battles over the affordable care act still being fought. siemens heathcare, a manufacturer of medical equipment, wants to repeal the excise tax it pays on every machine it sells. the company says healthcare reform is costing it money for research and development. under obamacare, siemens and every other manufacturer of medical equipment such as mri machines has had to pay a 2.3% excise tax on each one sold. collectively, it's totaled more than $450 million since january first - money, the companies say, that cuts into their budgets for research and development. "we see this as a challenge to our business, impacting our ability to invest in r&d dollars." the medical technology industry says it's also a jobs issue - nearly two million people work in the medical technology industry. although most analysts say it's more about how much of what's made goes to the portfolios of siemens shareholders and how much is reinvested in r&d? "they're trying to return the maximum profit to their shareholders. that's what their job is, right?" in 2011, siemens healthcare repo
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companies tolaces beyond it. siemens. answers. david: all right. just a little bit of breaking news on jpmorgan, something we heard last week in a story leaked by prosecutors to the "new york times"," that it is the possibility target of enforcement action by the federal energy regulatory commission. again, a lot of commissions going around looking into what jpmorgan has done, right or wrong. the story's now confirmed by jpmorgan, itself. liz: a completely different side of the story, the calls for j pmorgan to separate the top two roles are growing a bit louder as two major approximatey advisers urge shareholders to vote for a split of the chairman and ceo jobs in the "new york times" reports that california's public pension system, calpers, largest in the nation, votes in favor of dividing the positions meaning dimon is the ceo, but not the chairman. david: something else going on behind the push to strip dimon as the job of chairman despite the wale trade in london, managed $21 billion in profits last year. paul miller, markets managing director joining us now. paul, a lot of peo
great news. is now providing answers families need. siemens. answers. . melissa: okay. we just saw rich edson's special interview with house speaker john boehner. now it is time to get our hand dirty and pick it all apart. nick gillespie with reason.com. he is editor-in-chief. we have susan och, former treasury department senior advisor. first impression, what did you think? >> i think he is still talking about the same ol' story and hasn't adjusted his talking points to realities. talking about the president doesn't want to do entitlement reform, president obama basically against his entire party talked about chain cpi for social security. talked about need to focus on deficit reduction but in the same sentence he acknowledges that growth is slow and they have no growth agenda at all. melissa: he said growth is painfully slow. i expected some points on that. i'm not sure anyone knows how to grow with the problem on either side. nick, quick impression? >> first thing he should be talking about creating certainty in the economy. the government will not create jobs but they can creat
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great news. is now providing answers families need. siemens. answers. >> hello, back with more on disney earnings. i'm dennis kneale. here's a company that is operating with incredible efficiency in that revenues in the fiscal second quarter just reported, up 10%. operating earnings show up triple that, up 29% in that fiscal second quarter. net income up 32% on a 10% rise in revenue. free cash flow. that is the cash you have left over after you as a company pay for all the capital spending in the year, what cash you have left over. you can write off the spending on capital and reduce your tax bill. free cash flow more than doubled in the quarter too, a startling $1.58 billion, versus $335 million in the year ago quarter. so disney, it means that just minting coin, minting cash like crazy, far more efficient operations than a lot of big companies are able to muster. lori: what is the next company disney will buy with all the free cash flow i wonder?. david: dennis, great stuff thank you very much. >> okay. >> house prices posting biggest annual gain in march, jumping 7% from a year ago. r
kind... mom and dad, i have great news. is now providing answers families need. siemens. answers. >> bmc agreed to be bought by a private equity group. >> street signs begins now. >> what a difference three years makes. three years ago today, the infamous flash crash spooked the world, but here we are, more than 4,000 points higher than then. you won't believe what bill gates said about the ipad, the founder of microsoft's bold call kind of against apple. you might want
. siemens. answers. >> this is your fox business brief. former enron chief executive cut a deal with the justice department to have the prison sentence reduced. according to the "wall street journal," he could have the 24-year term reduced to just a 14-year sentence. as part of the deal, he gives up the right to future appeals. convicted in 2006 of fraud and insider trading, he's currently in prison for the role in the collapse of the energy giant. meanwhile, americans spend roughly $10 billion on the favorite energy drinks last year. according to beverage die jest, a 12% jump from 2011. monster dominated with 38.6% of the market share. the u.n. environmental agency forecasts the global market for green product and services to turn into a trillion dollar business. a $2 #.2 trillion business by 2020 to be exact. now we continue our "countdown to the closing bell" with liz claman. ♪ liz: welcome to jo. all right, jo, great to have you on board. home improvement stores getting a boost today. nicole? >> on yet another record-sets day here on wall street, liz. names in the home imp
beyond it. siemens. answers. >>> you are watching cnbc's "worldwide exchange." a recap of the headlines, hsbc reported a doubling in first quarter pretax profit as impairment charges fall. >>> socgen eyes 900 million in fresh savings. xherz banks moves up on better than expected results. but dax reaching all-time highs. allianz looking at all-time high in operating profits. >>> and plus australia's central bank chops rates to a record low. they're trying to take the heat out of the aussie/dollar. and microsoft is reducing windows 8, which is being blamed for the deepening slump in pc sales. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exchange," bringing us business news from around the globe. >> all right. if you've just joined us stateside, welcome to the start of your global trading day. we have had 117 straight days of gains, unprecedented for the s&p. we are called modestly higher, indicated just about up on this start this morning. the s&p 500 up about 1.8 points above fair value. the nasdaq is about 2.5 points above fair value and the dow at the moment caught up about 25 points highe
. is connecting today'leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. >> good morning, everyone. the markets are moving and the price of oil, we've reached $96 a barrel earlier and it's moved lower now, but 95.26. there was significant upward movement in oil first thing this morning. fueling that oil rally, syria and making the situation more complicated with israel sending bombs into damascus, reportedly targeting hezbollah or missiles headed to hezbollah. d maybe we'll get oil at $100 a barrel. let's bring in larry levin, that's a talking point. do you think oil is coming at $100 a barrel? >> i think it's coming soon, but deepening resistance at charts $99, about 99 1/2 to be exact where we hit in february and there's good resistance and we kind of hit highs this morning and sold off. you see a lot of people selling or putting on short positions so that resistance holding up the market a little bit. but certainly $100 is what everybody is watching. stuart: stay there, larry, we'll bring you back as the stock market opens and want your comments on that. and we have this, too, t
. give siemens coming down, opening of a brand is facility. why? because we have the best universities in the best community colleges in the world. we are training them. these guys voted against all that. illuminateried to this program. that is why we continue to insist on investing in infrastructure. good decent paying jobs. the increased productivity. they make us more competitive. no one knows better than fritz and jim who have served. no one knows that better than the folks in south carolina. to understand what we need upgrade our infrastructure. why we have to invest in the port of charleston. [applause] i'm serious. here is what is happening. the panama canal has been widened. you have these massive ships a book to come through now. guess what? most of the ports and the east coast cannot accommodate them. if they can, it is real jobs and real money. it is real dignity return to people. folks, gemini -- jim and i have had countless conversations. we're going to get you money for the port of charleston. this guy is relentless. i mean it. at the end of the day, this is all about the
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answers families need. siemens. answers. >>> i'm toure right now in "the cycle" of breaking news in the boston bombings. one of the three suspects is out of jail. >> my jaw hit the floor. that's how a state department whistle blower describes watching the white house spin benghazi. now he is ready to tell all and he's not the only one. >> i'mari melber. president obama is talking about syria and the red line. are we already in too deep? >> i'm krystal ball in washington with something we could all use a little of today. humor. meet a comedian who says the answer to life's biggest challenges is to laugh. >> wait for that. all that. plus my solution to immigration. hey, just open the borders. yep, i'm going. >> free on bond. one of the men charged with lying to investigators after the boston bombing is out on house arrest while awaiting
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